Blog posts on .NET, Azure, and more.

Hosting ASP.NET Core on Heroku

February 04, 2020 by Anuraj

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This post is about deploying an ASP.NET Core application to Heroku. Heroku is a cloud Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) supporting several programming languages that is used as a web application deployment model.

Installing Az Powershell module on Mac

February 03, 2020 by Anuraj

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This post is about installing Azure Powershell module on Mac. Recently I started configuring one Mac book air as my development machine. So I installed dotnet core 3.1 on the machine. Today, to explore some Azure Powershell commands, I had to install Az command module. When I tried I found lot of blog posts using Brew package manager. And I found one Microsoft documentation on installing PowerShell Core using dotnet command.

Performing a security test after each deployment using OWASP ZAP and Azure DevOps

February 01, 2020 by Anuraj

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This post is about OWASP ZAP to your build / release pipeline with Azure DevOps. OWASP ZAP is an open-source web application security scanner. It is intended to be used by both those new to application security as well as professional penetration testers.

Integrating Google Charts in ASP.NET Core

January 31, 2020 by Anuraj

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This post is about integrating Google Charts in ASP.NET Core. We will learn about how to integrate Google Charts with Razor pages.

Deploying Blazor apps to Azure Storage account

January 19, 2020 by Anuraj

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This post is about deploying Blazor apps to Azure Storage account. Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor supports two variations - Blazor Server is supported in ASP.NET Core 3.0. Blazor WebAssembly is in preview for ASP.NET Core 3.1.

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